Anime Jungle Presents American J-Pop Artist, Stephanie Yanez, Online Concert in Little Tokyo, Los AngelesApr 21st 2010
Los Angeles, CA – April 21, 2010 – Anime Jungle is pleased to announce American J-Pop recording artist - Stephanie Yanez, will be performing an online concert at Anime Jungle on April 23rd, 2010 at 9:30pm paciﬁc. Anime Jungle, Los Angeles-based shop specializing in ofﬁcial Japanese DVDs, CDs and toys for anime/Japanese pop culture, organizes a variety of Japanese pop culture events throughout the year. This will be the ﬁrst live webcast concert broadcasting from their Little Tokyo location.
Ms. Yanez recently produced a online concert called Stephanie Yanez Pajama Jam Online Concert with cartoonmogul.com. The unpublicized concert successfully webcast to over 700 viewers in March. This will be the ﬁrst public concert that will premiere her latest single “Sakura Wonderland,” which is featured on the popular anime-related social network site TinierMe.com. The new single was produced by PoLo of the Japanese rock band NIRF, who will be performing with Ms. Yanez during the concert.
In addition to the concert, a live Q&A session will take place after the performance along with the world wide premiere of the “Sakura Wonderland” music video. The music video and online concert is produced by cartoonmogul.com in association with whitelabelmedia.net.
For more information, please visit our StephanieYanez.com and to view the concert click USTREAM.TV/CHANNEL/KAWAII-POP
About Stephanie Yanez
Discovering music at the age of 5, Stephanie Yanez was born to sing. Her love for music eventually led her to record four songs at PARAMOUNT STUDIOS on Geneon's Anime Karaoke Collection with three of those songs recorded with overseas Japan-based record label I'VE, known for their singer Kotoko. Since winning the crown at Anime Expo's AX Idol 2004, she has appeared as host for various television and online series and produced a solo album. Yanez is currently in the studio working on her new album with Japanese rocker, PoLo from the rock group NIRF.
About Anime Jungle
First opened in Osaka, Japan in 1995, Jungle Special Collectors has grown to become one of Western Japan's best retailers of pre-owned audio/visual media (DVD, LD, CD, CD-Single, and VHS), specializing in Japanese animation, tokusatsu (live action heroes/SFX), and ﬁlms from around the world. The specialty shop is known to carry the world's best selection of Japan's "Indies" ﬁlms- fan-made movies, hero ﬁlms, parodies, animation, and more by independent ﬁlmmakers. Jungle has expanded from a small 250 square feet store to become a three story retail outlet of high-quality used media with its own theater and a Tokusatsu fan club. In 1998, Anime Jungle opened its web site and began to retail online, adding English (2000) and Korean (2001) sites as well. The store continued to grow and opened a shop in July 2001 in the Little Tokyo Mall of Los Angeles in the United States. Anime Jungleʼs mission is to bring Japanese anime, Tokusatsu, and Independent Films to the American public.